Rowland, The Senators Son
Forces at Play Book 1
Marieke J. Treloar
Fiction, Romance, Contemporary Romance, Action and Adventure
September 18, 2019
THIS IS NOT a sappy romance read that sees Miss "Y" swooning at the sight of Mr "X".
BUT If you want a great read about WOMEN OF SUBSTANCE and real men not threatened by women who can hold their own in any situation. PLEASE GO RIGHT AHEAD and get hooked. Rowland, The Senator's Son is Book One of the fast-paced kick-arse, action adventure series - Forces at Play.
These skillfully crafted tales traverse three continents and have multidimensional characters you will fall in love with. All this is married with a dash of mystery, a pinch of intrigue, a peppering of naughty but nice sex scenes including a little 50 shades for the clever woman (you know where the girls are in charge) and a big smattering of bad guys that are just plain maniacal. They are tales that will have you gasping OMG and WTF.
Rowland The Senators Son rotates around One Man's Destiny and One Woman's Past. A unconventional story of politics, sex and revenge.
Rowland Jeffers, District Attorney for City of New York and the eldest of the six sons of the highly respected Senator Ryan-John Jeffers. He is powerful, intelligent, successful, handsome and wealthy in his own right; A man with a destiny, his life has been an open book.
Prior to the Senator's passing, Ryan-John elicits a promise from Rowland that he will look after a woman, an extremely special one. As a man of honour of course his son vows. At Ryan-Johns funeral a woman appears. Mysterious, elegant, Rowland is immediately drawn to her. Is this the woman?
Alexia Kingstone, well known on the New York Art Scene as the eccentric Australian artist and philanthropist. Her studio Dark Angel Gallery is acclaimed and she is renowned for creating high-end men's jewellery, for the rich and powerful.
A mysterious woman that seems to have no real past and is always surrounded by successful men, what is her real story?
Can Rowland fulfil his promise and look after what his father thought so precious? Or will her past destroy them both?
While Rowland, the Senator's Son is the first Book for the "Force's at Play Series" it can also be enjoyed as a stand alone book.